AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU Benchmarks Surfaces

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    A set of photos and CPU-Z / Cinebench screenshots have leaked onto the web, the processor involves the cheapest 199 USD based Ryzen 5 3600. This is the slowest and most affordable SKU that AMD will re...

    AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU Benchmarks Surfaces
     
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    The single-threaded score in CPU-Z is still slightly lower than what I get from my i7-6800 at the same clocks.
    Anyway, that particular benchmark doesn't use any advanced SIMD code, so not much relevant.
     
  3. Undying

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    Singlethread cpuz score of 502 is very good. It beats the crap out of my overclocked 3930k.
     
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    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Well it is. I think even the 7700k scores 485. Only 9900k is above 500 in that list.
     

  5. SHS

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    The Photo are Fake take look at the 3 in 3600
     
  6. Kool64

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    I definitely think something isn't quite right here.
     
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    Score is good for something that cheap running under 65W limits.
     
  8. SHS

    SHS Master Guru

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    That if it real I wait and see when all review come out
     
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    Wow, we have our Intel-NV troll again.


    3600 will sell like hotcakes.
     
  10. BReal85

    BReal85 Master Guru

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    So you say that Hilbert is lying when he says it's on par with the 9700K?
     

  11. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    If we could stop with the going back and forth like 12 year olds, that'd be nice.
     
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    fair point. I didn't really think of that aspect.
     
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    Even AMD had their comparison in FHD in the New Horizon event. They did it in 4K when Ryzen was revealed. I'm pretty sure they will be head-to-head.

    "3600 will need a 400 series board to be good value tho."

    And what is the problem with that? You can easily use a 400 series mobo for the new CPUs. You can even have a cheap B450. Absolutely trashing Intel in price-performance ratio.
     
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    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    You know what I said was not a suggestion.

    Stop.
     
  15. Alessio1989

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    this forum should be renamed into rantguru
     

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    Exactly what I was thinking. At 4.7ghz at that as well...
     
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    The single core's result is about the same as my 6800K at 4GHz and the multi cores' result is slightly less than my 6800K at 4.3GHz
     
  18. SniperX

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    Those are very good scores considering. I'm excited for AMD's part in what they are delivering in the Ryzen 3000 series CPUs.
    For reference, here are my scores, taken today, latest OS patches and micro-code (stock 9900K)

    CPU-Z
    Single : 560
    Multi : 5369

    CB15 : 2031
    CB20 : 4901

    Can't help but wonder what the 3800X will do, although I'm not gonna be stressed to upgrade for a couple of years ;)
     
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    Wow, for all the expectation and propaganda, that's impressively meh.
    As meh as it can be.
    But I will be very happy to have one if I can buy it as cheap as my even more meh R5 1600 (equiv to 90 us$).
     
  20. XenthorX

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    Haven't tried CPU-Z benchmark in a while. This entry budget 6cores AMD CPU sound really promising to generalize 6cores+ among users.
    6+cores are still below 20% of user base last time i checked?

    Here's my good old 6 cores 5820K , still kicking since 2015:

    Single thread: 488
    Multi thread: 3709

    https://valid.x86.fr/87veru

    Might be able to overclock a tiny bit more, but this baby is generating enough heat as it is, H100i is giving everything to keep it in check.

    Edit: Oh damn, my results seems on par with retail i7-7820X . really got my money worth putting some extra dollars on CPU back then. *pet PC Case*
     
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